Sir Lunchalot: keeping it cool

In the fourth instalment of our advice column, our in-house Agony Uncle advises on how to keep one’s cool in the heatwave – with tips on chilling bottles to perfection Dear Sir, It is unquestionably, unbearably, un-English-ly hot. I know we shouldn’t complain, but London transport is seething with very damp bodies; the fridge is […]

Advice: Sir Lunchalot

Our in-house expert Sir Lunchalot is on hand to answer all your wine and spirits questions. This month he advises on the world of decanters – from the perfect method to which shape is best for which bottle Dear Sir, My wife and I have recently tied the knot and are now enjoying all the […]

The remarkable whiskies of yesteryear

As we start dusting off bottles in preparation for our tasting on 1st June, Jonny McMillan from our Spirits team considers a couple of the very special whiskies set to be uncorked Of all the remarkable whiskies in our upcoming tasting, perhaps most interesting is the pair of 1968 Speyside whiskies from Macallan and Longmorn, […]

Advice: Sir Lunchalot

The second in a series of our advice column, Berry Bros. & Rudd in-house expert Sir Lunchalot answers all your wine-related questions… This month, the conundrum of which is better – cork or screwcap? Dear Sir, When faced with the decision of purchasing wine in screw top or in cork, there are many conflicting pieces […]